Loved the look with the ribbon intertwined around the Chandelier.
Don’t you think it adds a shabby chic feel to the fixture.
At Eloquence, the chandeliers are absolutely beautiful, but these chandeliers are either one of a kind antiques or replicas of antiques, so each one is different. They vary so much in size and design, the only way you could be guaranteed to get a specific one was if you bought on the spot. Unless a designer has carte blanche with the client, it is risky to order without the client’s approval. It was important to find a product that could be shown to the client and then ordered. Good quality and good customer service were important.
We decided to go to one of the interior design trade’s favorite resources…
Currey & Company
Founded in 1988, as Garden Source Furnishings supplying historical garden furnishings for Winterthur Museum and The Smithsonian, the company when through a restructure in the 1990’s and changed the name to Currey and Co. and became a lighting company. This company has quality products and great customer service!
Here are some of the options we found at Currey & Co…
outlines the shape of the chandelier.
Did you like another one?
Available in two sizes..
So fun it looks like big gum balls!
The Turquoise was really, really pretty! All three would
be eye catcher in any space!
I had to go back and get a photo of this one just so I could share with all of you!
While I am sharing…..
Here are a couple of celebrity designers that were
in the Currey & Co Showroom on Tuesday..
Recognize Tom Filicia? He was on Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. He was B.M.O.C.
(big man on campus) in High Point this week,
because he has several new collections out right now.
See the pink chandelier to the right of him over the girl’s head?
Remember the actress Jane Seymour of Dr. Quinn, Medicine Women.
And here is Rusty, he isn’t a celebrity but he is my Sales Rep….
He it guy on the right with the cute smile!
And what keeps the whole showroom upbeat…..